Wisconsin Grading of Land Insurance
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Grading of Land Insurance starts with understanding what it is. Insurance for grading of land, excavating or land clearing is general liability insurance. General liability insurance is a very broad policy covering both bodily injury and property damage. Insurance for your premises, products, operations, and completed operations. Common limits of coverage written are $1,000,000 per occurrence and $2,000,000 aggregate, often expressed like $1,000,000/$2,000,000. An occurrence is a single claim. An aggregate is the total of all claims an insurance company will pay over the course of the policy year or policy term. For a more detailed definition, just click here: General Liability Insurance
General liability insurance can also have some bells and whistles added on. Some of these special coverage’s include: Additional Insured, Waiver of Transfer of Rights, Per Project Aggregate, Employee Benefits Liability, and Limited Job Site Pollution Liability.
Life is full of unplanned and unseen events, like accidents, theft, or vandalism. These events can happen on or off the job site. We understand your land clearing and grading business can be physically demanding very dangerous work. Let us take a few of those worries away by helping you find the best grading of land insurance possible. The most common type of insurance excavators will need are general liability insurance, equipment coverage, property insurance & workers compensation insurance. Our agency handles all these things and more. We can also help explain them to you simply.
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